TOVARNELE - ISLAND OF PAG
TOVARNELE (44° 41.5'N; 14° 44.1'E), small harbour in the cove of the same name on the NW coast of the island of Pag, some 0.8 M south of Lun point.
Approach: Landmarks: the quadrangular white tower with a column and gallery (white light) on the south entrance point; NW of the cove is the dangerous Tovarnele reef, marked by an iron spar with red and black bands on a round white base surmounted by two black spheres; it is covered by night by the red sector of the light in Tovarnele cove.
Mooring: The cove is sheltered from N winds. Smaller yachts anchor in the middle of the cove (depths 23 m). Anchor bows-to SW, securing the stern to NE. It is also possible to moor offshore, off the restaurant (depth 3 m) or along the L-shaped pier.
Facilities: Provisions and other shopping in the village of Lun; water from the cistern (limited). Smaller repairs in Rab.
Sights: Ruins of ancient walls and of the Romanesque church of Sv Martin.